EXCLUSIVE: 'Life in Pieces' Star Thomas Sadoski Gets Back to His Country Roots in Retro Photo Shoot
By Alex Ungerman
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Thomas Sadoski is getting reacquainted with his roots.
The Life in Pieces star went out to rural New York for a country-style photo shoot with CBS' Watch! magazine, which felt like more of a homecoming than a change of pace.
"I grew up in the country, so this in some ways is kinda like coming home," said the 40-year-old actor, who grew up in College Station, Texas. "I'm just sort of a walk around guy, pull vegetables out of the garden, cook something for whoever's around. I just enjoy taking it easy like that."
During the shoot, Sadoski was showing off his fishing skills, and revealed which of his Life in Pieces co-stars he'd most like to invite out on the water.
"You know, my gut says Dan Bakkedahl because he would be an absolute disaster, so I would at least have a great time through all of it!" the actor joked. "I know I’d be laughing."
"But also, I’ve got to say there’s a part of me, a really reserved part of me, that would want to go with Dianne Wiest, because watching Dianne Wiest fishing seems to me to be like maybe the greatest thing ever," he continued. "Although probably, realistically, I’d be most safe and have the most manly time with [James] Brolin. He seems like the kind of guy who’d do well – we’d go hiking and chop down a tree. Eat some things we could kill. I think the great thing about the cast is that there’s legitimately nobody in that cast who I wouldn’t go on a trip with. It’s amazing."
The November/December issue of Watch! hits stands on Nov. 22, just before Life in Pieces airs Thanksgiving night at 9:30 p.m. ET/PT on CBS.